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and there upper 50s to mid 60s. around the bay, a lot like it was yesterday, a few clouds to start the morning, late arriving sunshine the rest of the day, mid to upper 50s upper 60s to upper 70s by 4:00. inland going to get a little toasty during the afternoon 90s after starting in the 40s and 50s, drop down by 4:00 upper 70s to upper 80s. comfortable by 7:00 with upper 60s to mid 70s. >>> back to livermore. good morning. happy tuesday. new report of an accident westbound past first on the shoulder earlier accident cleared out of lanes, reports there's a big rig blocking north flynn off-ramp top westbound 580. a lot of activity, slow traffic heading out of the central valley into the dublin pleasanton area. elsewhere in san jose almaden expressway at san jose avenue car vs. pole, power outages in the area. >>> 6:02. >>> happening right now in new york city, a memorial service to mark the 11th anniversary of september 11th, now taking place. live picture from ground zero. >> families of the victims reading the names of those lost. no government officials involved here. moment of silence at 6:0
and the temperatures for in the mid '80s. many people spent two hours getting. they did not care. once they got to the parking lot and they found their friends. >>pam: thank you, gerry r.. >> jacqueline: temperatures were rather warm. also 80s to the north bay and the south bay even in san francisco temperatures were 70's. 75 degrees in oakland. 80s in san material right now temperatures are rather mild. '70s and '80s and-a decent san mateo. and as our sea breezes are picking up at those wind speed could be bringing fog, overspread tonight even inland. briefly by tomorrow with sunny skies and temperatur temperatures--changing. sea breezes tomorrow keeping us cooler but for the rest of the week we will have a warming trend. wednesday, thursday, friday, i will show you how long it is going to get and how long that will last. >>pam: 8:00 p.m. chicago public school teachers are on strike what led to this massive walkout. >> the new iphone. wife financial analysts could have a big impact on the total wealth on the new iphone--5. >> free here rac hair cuts [ female announcer ] now get high speed inte
of the extra cloud cover. we start in the 50s this morning, look how quickly we jump to 80 at noon inland. lunchtime mid 50s at the coast. mid 80s by 4:00 inland near 80 around the bay and low 60s coast. next three days the warmest in the forecast, low to mid 90s inland valleys, upper 70s to low 80s around the bay, mid 60s to possibly a few 70s out at the coast, a lot more sun there. let's turn it over to sue. >>> good morning. a map of antioch eastbound highway 4, typical, construction ongoing at loveridge diverted off for another 20 minutes then right back on the freeway. westbound drive looking good antioch towards pittsburg on to concord area just under 10 minutes towards highway 242, so far, so good. 101 through marin continues with roadwork northbound at sir francis drake at the overpass, slow traffic southbound past the scene, a lot of machinery on the road for the repaving. central valley still good, 15 minutes from the altamont pass to the dublin-pleasanton area, a nice drive for you. southbound 101 through san rafael, past freitas parkway towards the civic center light. we have
ssu noticiero univisión edición nocturna, con illia calderón y enrique acevdo. >> muy buenas noche,s en las negociaciones del maestros y el sistema de chicago siguen estancadas, se esperan que los maestros marchen mañana, se calcula que 25 mil maestros participaron de las protestas, jorge tiene la historia desde chicago . >> esta noche en la ciudad de chicago muchos padres siguen preocupados por el futuro escolar de sus hijos . >> están perdiendo por no ir a la escuela, en al casa miran televisión . >> por el día después de 25 años los amestros se dclararon el huelga . >> pudieron hhacar el trabajo . >> situación que llevo a más de 29 mil maestros a alejars de a las aulas, la decisión afecta amas de 24 mil estudiante s. >> (habla en inglés) . >> el alcalde declaró que la huelga no es la que hubiese deseado, oos afectados son los estudiantes, añadió que la negociacion se ha estancado como neuvo sistema para evaluar a nuesvos maestros, el sindicato diceq costará miles de plazas de maestros, acgo que cuestion a la ciudad, piden mejores condiciones en las aulas y condicio
at the coast won't be as warm as it was yesterday everybody else close to where we were yesterday. 50s this morning, a few 40s north bay valleys, clouds coast, mid 50s lunch time, mid 70s bay, eight continued land. peak 1:30, drop back to mid 80s end land 4:00, upper 70s bay, 60 at the coast. as far as the next three days, warmest as we hang on to low to mid 90s inland, upper 80s -- upper 70s to lower 80s around the bay and mid to upper 60s coast. time for traffic. >>> good morning. happy tuesday. so far, so good, roadwork around the bay area to help you around as per usual eastbound highway 4 loveridge all lanes shutdown until 6:00 this morning detour in place off and on at loveridge. westbound starting to get a little slow, not bad once you get to hillcrest, seven minutes into the concord 242 area. 101 through marin county roadwork mostly northbound you can see slowing in the southbound at sir francis drake they are doing a huge repaving project hopefully that will be out of lanes by 6:00 this morning. elsewhere live shot of the golden gate bridge you have roadwork at the north end t
for a look at the weather. >> fox is increasing there is a little low so it does look slightly cooler, 60s and 70s and down 2 to 4 degrees, and here is sal. >>> good morning, it is getting more crowded for sure in contra costa, you can see traffic is busy approaching lafayette. also on interstate 880 in oakland, that traffic is moving well. let's go back to dave and pam. >>> developing news, we first told you about it at 4:30, lorraine blanco is there where -- lorraine blanco is there where two people had to jump to safety, pam? >>> one earn was transported and firefighters are still putting out hot spots in that second story apartment. it was fully engulfed just before 3:00 a.m. they called a second alarm when they heard people were trapped inside. they had to jump out of a second story window to escape the flames and neighbors had to help a disabled man to safety. >> they didn't come out the front door, that is when i knew it was an emergency. it was an emergency but i don't let that affect me. >> i helped him up to bed and put him in his wheelchair, which is when omar said get out and
alguna vez se elevaron las torres gemelas >>las campanas marcaron el momento cuando ocurrieron los más horribles atentados que sufriera esta nación se fue nombrando una a una los nombres de las trabajos tres mil víctimas. >>hay mucha violencia, locura en las calles, por la situación que hay en el mundo en general >>un mundo distinto que jaime munebar describe en su libro de las plegarias >>se derrumbaron las torres, los hogares, la economía, todo. >>y los trabajdores que trabajaron en la limpieza de la zona cero, no dejan de temer por sus vidas, porque no se han cumplido las promesas del gobierno >>en once años han podido transformar la vista de la ciudad, pero nadie hará que se olviden los hechos >>se anuncio un arreglo para continuar con la construccion, del museo y tener un lugar donde recordar a las víctimas de la tragedia >>en casa blanca el presidente barak obama y la primera dama pidieron un minuto de silencio por las víctimas, también visitaron el pentágono donde se guardó otro minuto de silencio. igualmente hicieron acto de presencia en arlington virginia >>en chads
and beautiful morning. >> in fact, downright chilly. some places might say it's cold. it's in the 40s. much of the region. >> that's cold in my book. >> right. we're not used to this. this is just early september. this is really a morning more like late october. all those areas you see in the blue, yes, they're in the 40s. and that includes much of virginia, western parts of virginia into west virginia, western maryland and just to our north and west of the metro area. it is in the 40s. look at elkins, west virginia, down to a cold 43 right now. reagan national is at 59. all these areas in the dark green, the 50s. that covers all the rural areas just outside the beltway, northern virginia and much of maryland around the bay eastern shore, it's in the 50s. ocean city only 52 right now. here's your forecast. for 6:00 a.m., chilly in the upper 40s, clear. crescent moon in the southeastern sky with jupiter up there and venus rising shortly. and low humidity the rest of the day with bright sunshine. low 70s by your lunch hour, by midafternoon coming back home from work and school will be in the
people are going to need a sweater, a jacket. some places in the 40s. meteorologist tom kierein, is that right? >> it is. many areas in the 40s. that's more like late october than mid-september. and here we go again. another fresh and cool morning undeway as we take a look right now at the temperatures right around the beltway. it's only around 50. and right in washington, it's in the mid and upper 50s. reagan national now at 59. and then a little farther out, outside the beltway, much of prince george's county now just in the upper 40s and low 50s. same thing with montgomery and fairfax and farther west around the shenandoah valley and much of northern virginia into the mountains, all these areas in blue are in the 40s. and on the eastern shore, too, away from the waters, a few locations there in the 40s this morning. and we're going to have another gorgeous day, but this chilly morning will be with us here for another few hours. by noontime, the low 70s. low humidity the rest of the afternoon. bright, sparkling sun and a sapphire blue sky. highs reaching upper 70s by midaftern
degrees and sunny skies. clets show you what it looks like. highs up into low 90s and there is coastal areas into low 60s this afternoon. heading down towards monterey bay, there is some moisture continuing to move up into southern california. they've been seeing thunderstorms there. there is likely seeing a repeat of this as we head into tomorrow. temperatures now looking like this. there is warm inland mid to upper 80s inland. 57 degrees and there is going to be cooler by week's end making your weekend plans. first thing in the morning looking for fog and temperatures into 50s and this is except santa rosa. upper 40s there. a cool start. there is a trough passing to the north this is not going to have much of an impact on weather. we're waiting for the ridge of high pressure that is warm air, wednesday, thursday, the numbers peek, tomorrow morning foggy inland and there is a wide range of conditions and areas into 90s, you'll be into 60s and 70s getting into the bay. highs for tuesday, 82 in san jose. there is 85 in loss fwat yos. you mikelike it mild, we'll bring you mild weather, s
this also dragging the global economy down. we will hear more about that as well as look at u.s. fiscal policy posted by the council on foreign relations this is an hour. >> good morning. we can get started. >> for those of you that don't know me i am sebastian of the council. a couple housekeeping things. please remember this is on the record, this meeting. [inaudible] if you have a cell phone device [inaudible] [laughter] >> we agree to group for this meeting. [inaudible] in the middle and john was a kind of anchorperson of this meeting serious when it was going a while ago, and he is now at seis and was recently at the international monetary fund. and, so, we obviously have from the size of the audience appreciation of the quality of the panel. we may also have an appreciation of the economy. it runs obviously to next week's meeting of the fed to the questions about the chinese slowdown and all of that. i thought we would start with europe since the sort of the altar on that may be the biggest but in this case i guess the press conference would be in about half an hour. so i wouldn't
it was the place they wanted to be to take time to reflect and remember. fox 5's tom fitzgerald live at the pentagon. tom. >> reporter: brian, you know, this was a different memorial than we have seen in past years. president obama made his address, as you said, this morning to victims' families and pentagon officials, and the memorial itself remained closed until noon today. we can tell you that the size of the crowds we saw today were smaller but it is also true to say that the people who came here told us they still feel very strongly about this place and that day 11 years after 9/11. on a stretch of land just next to the pentagon sits 183 benches bearing 183 names, one for each of the victims that dade here on 9/11. >> i don't know, it's just a wonderful place to sit and reflect. >> reporter: marlene and don of iowa had a brother--law who worked in the pentagon. he wasn't here on 9/11, but they know others weren't so lucky. >> you see the importance of it, that we do honor all the people who died in the crash. >> reporter: these benches are laid out in the order of the victims' a
point down to 49. that's comfortably dry. we have a very light breeze. temperatures, they are in the 40s throughout most of west virginia. virginia and maryland except right around the beltway, it's right near 50. inside the beltway, mid-50s. near 60 by the bay waters. but don't go too far away from the bay. it's near 50 in easton right now. and even at the beaches at ocean city, it's only around 50 degrees. and by 7:00 a.m., we'll still be just in the low 50s with a chill in the air. but then by noontime, ought to climb 20 degrees into the low 70s and hitting upper 70s by midafternoon and lots of sun and humidity. sunset, 7:22. i'm back with the hometown forecast in ten minutes. a look at your first 4 traffic now. mike in for dawnela. >> good morning. things still looking great on the beltway. we are dealing with an accident in montgomery county that's on warfield road at woodfield road. let's take a live look at that accident via chopper 4. traffic is getting by. we are seeing no serious delays there and hopefully that accident should be out of the way fairly soon. on eastbound 66, see
pleasant conditions over that area. here are the temperatures right now. it is a mostly the '50s. take a look at satellite and radar. the fog is hugging the coast line. there is not too much change in the forecast. we have the same pattern of afternoon sunshine. it is not too hot or too cold. here are the afternoon highs. another kron 4 7 day around the bay for cash shows that tomorrow is when to be much like today. we will see a warming trend starting thursday in the fog will make a comeback but will be over all pretty pleasant. let the good of the bridges. the book as let's take a look at the bridges. there are no hot spots. the bay bridge toll plaza shows only a few cars. here's the san mateo bridge. the drive is just 13 minutes from end to end. here is a look at the golden gate bridge there is not very much fog to deal with >>james: the san jose fire department is on the scene of a to alarm fire. it was reported shortly before 3:00 this morning. we will have more on this story in a live report coming up in. all lanes in east oakland on 580 is open after a motorcycle accident happen
. kron 4's kate thompson reports, emotions were boiling over. >> reporter: from the start the meeting spiraled out of control. the meeting held by a volunteer group trying to decide if they should have a citizen's review board was used as a verbal punching bag. >> you be five minutes to quiet down. >>> the board unable to control the board canceled the meeting. the outrage comes from a deadly officer involved shooting sunday. officers fired more than 30 shots into a car. one of the men tried to get out of the car and reach for a gun. a gun that turned out to be a pellet gun. >> i will repeat it for the record, my son never left his car alive. >> just heart breaking that what they did. i feel like they just shot that -- just -- just -- they didn't have to shot that car 31 times. >>> the crowd vows to be back on tuesday when there is a city counsel meeting. kate thompson, kron 4 news. >>> a neighborhood organization is encouraging residents of san francisco to stand by suspended san francisco sheriff ross mirkarimi and demand that he get his job back. ross mirkarimi pleaded guilty aft
. >> it was a perfect 10 today, even though we were in the 40s and upper 50s downtown. the high was 78. right now comfortable. if you head outside past 9:00 or 10:00, i would grab a light jacket or a sweater. right now down to 74. 70 already in gaithersburg. 73 in frederick and 73 in leesburg. 74 in fredericksburg. the atmosphere is very dry air mass, it heats up quickly and cools off quickly. remember that if you are out past 9:00 or 10:00 tonight because it's going to be chilly again, open the windows, but not too far. upper 40s in the suburbs. upper 50s downtown. we'll come back. we'll see if we can finish the week out on this type of a note and we have some changes. we have done some tweaking to the weekend forecast. we'll explain that, too. >> thank you, top. coming up, you still all worked up about rg3? cbs james brown says redskin fans may want to calm down just a smidge. thoughts are just ahead. but first, thousands and thousands of drivers blowing past tolls without paying their fair share and now maryland is trying to figure out how to get their money. we'll have the details on that up
wise. clear skies, lots of sunshine. these temperatures are going to make a run toward the upper 70s. probably about 4:00 or so then this evening you got plans, winds are going to be light. go out and enjoy. you might want to take a little jacket with you because temperatures will quickly drop into the 60s once we get past the sunset which is about 7:20, 7:25 this evening. overnight we're going back into the 50s, if not upper 40s in a few spots by wednesday morning. clear skies overhead. we've had just a beautiful morning. temperatures actually the coolest they've been at least at national. since may 16 we were 56 then. look at the mid-40s in gaithersburg and frederick. even la plata got down to 48 with mid-40s in the shenandoah valley. cumberland and petersburg 43. but dry air doesn't take as much energy to heat up. we've already risen in many cases. almost 30 degrees, 27 now in petersburg. -- 72 now in petersburg. gaithersburg 72. still 68 in leesburg and hagerstown. just a gorgeous afternoon. fredricksburg 74. as we look outside on our michael & son weather cam, beautiful. clear s
and this morning we lost a lot of heating. it's down in the mid-40s in many years in the shenandoah valley although hagueertown -- hagerstown is 51. la plata 49 with andrews 53. even down at the tappahannock airport and culpeper this morning we sit at an even 50. across the bay easton chilly there, 51. but a beautiful day ahead. lots of sunshine. look at your afternoon high in the mid to the upper 70s. again i don't think you get much better than this weather wise. traffic wise it's 5:00 a.m. we're still looking pretty good at this hour. here's monika samtani. >>> thank so you much. good morning, everybody. the beltway is incident free as are all the major thoroughfares trying to get there. we'll first take a look at the bw parkway and route 50 inside the beltway through cheverly you're fine. no problems in the northeast corridor. if you're planning to head north on 295 you're good to the 11 rght street bridge. let's -- 11th street bridge. way north of town at university boulevard, 95 across the way to 270, you're going to be fine and 270 no issues right now in from frederick. let's go back over to
the bike in the road and stopped their cars to block the scene until the police arrived. the man in his 60s died of his injuries and police learned alcohol was involved. >>> chp officers will be with the body of officer young stromb. they escorted him to a procession he was shot and killed by a driver he helped to pull over in alamo. a funeral will be held on thursday morning in the missing church in vacaville. several thousand people showed up to an under ground graffiti show over the weekend. the owner invited graffiti artests are to one last show. when sop people didn't make it inside, they got angry and started tagging businesses. >> it was really sad to see all of the damage to so many of the pulleddings. >> it will take about a -- about $3,000 in paint and labor to fix it. >> police are increasing patrols after a 15-year-old girl reported a man tried to kidnap her. police say it happened last week when she was walking home. a man pulled up alongside her and she fought her way free and escaped unharmed. authorities have not disclosed the name of the street where it happened but police
been in the midst of this for most of the day. kron 4's for haazig madyun has been talking about the other elements of this story. >> toll readers! >> this is--go ra faniders radiers! >> this is season opener were cannot go to better the mess. >> with the season opener, a new coach we welcome this. >> it is a new era with al davis gone we need to make it good for him. >> the spirit is here! go radiers! >> it looks like a 49ers but to not get tangled with us we're die-hard readers raiders fans. >> are you ready for some fafootball? >> one thing is for certain is they certainly like making noise. and who says that they will not show up for oakland raiders? every game last season was sold out and it looks to be th year a different section of this year it is all different. in an nfl stadiums there are new requirements with metal detectors. they believe that the longer lines is why these fans are encouraged to get into the stadium earlier than usual. and also you can listen listento ice cubbe.. the will be listening and performing it is all about the story. >> grant lotus? >>reporter:
this morning, in the 50s here in the area. taste of fall once again today. >> wearing my jacket. >> i know. sorry. good morning. i'm sarah simmons. >> you do want seem upset about it. >> no, i'm not. >> i'm wisdom martin. >> the cold weather is back. guess who else is back? >> tucker. >> i wish i could say i was so excited to be up at 4:00 in the morning. just a gorgeous day yesterday. lots of sunshine. we have cooled off tonight. we are well in the 50s here in washington. we'll be playing with 40s off to the west and north this oranging. coolest temperature since may around here and just another beautiful afternoon expected. sunshine, high temperatures back in the 70s. let's take a look at a map. i'm doing that because i'm contractually obligated to show a map. nothing on there. nothing to talk about. the next several days will feature sunshine. our next chance for rain won't get in here until the end of the week. enjoy this beautiful weather. back to you. >> thank you. >>> the 9-11 anniversary is topping our stories today. exactly 11 years ago today, hijackers flew a plane into the penta
/11 by singing god bless america on the steps of the u.s. capitol leaders from each house and both sides of the aisle praised americans for coming to the to help the victims of the attacks and their families. >>> mitt romney greeted firefighters at o'hare international airport. he also took part in a moment of silence to commemorate 9/11. he released a statement saying americans united one nation god in their determination to stand tall for peace and freedom. >>> alarming reminder that threats continue within our borders. new report from congressional investigators indicates deadly radioactive material may not be properly secured in u.s. hospitals. an estimated 1200 hospitals across the country are deemed high risk for storing radioactive material which could be used to make dirty bombs. hospitals use the material in cancer treatments. the reports calls on the nuclear regulatory commission to regulate upgrades to hospital security issues >> country home to the terrorist who attacked america is slowly rebuilding. bay area non-profit is major part of the effort to restore afghanistan's abi
, this follows complaints that the u.s. navy contractors may have mishandled contaminated material. later on today, the board of supervisors may take up the issue. the navy is getting ready to transfer the former treasure island naval station over to the city of san francisco for a new housing development at a cost of $105 million. but everything depends on whether deadlines are met, including cleaning up hazardous waste. >>> 7:07. in overnight news, the california highway patrol is investigating a fatal motorcycle crash that shut down eastbound 580 in east oakland. witnesses reported seeing the motorcycle and rider in the left lane of 580 near the 98th avenue onramp. they say they blocked the scene with their cars until police arrived. the motorcyclist -- the motorcyclist, a man in his 60s, died from his injuries. police say it does not appear the man was speeding. they are not sure what caused the crash. they are investigating whether alcohol played a factor in the accident. >>> sal is back. you are watching the toll plaza and everything else. >> that's right. it's pretty crowded there.
the worst ever terrorist attack on u.s. soil. >>> insult to injury. surveillance video captures a california woman getting car jacked and then slammed by her very even vehicle. >>> and old meets new. switzerland's famed jet man performs a spectacular stunt switzerland's famed jet man performs a spectacular stunt alongside an historic aircraft. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and good morning. i'm mara skaf va come poe. today we begin with a day to reflect. 11 years ago today terrorists attacked this country in an unprecedented assault killing nearly 3,000 people. today remembrance ceremonies will be held at each of the locations where lives were lost including the site of the new york trade center. danielle lee joins us at ground zero. >> reporter: good morning, mara. later the ceremonies at the reflecting pools will feature six minutes of silence marking the attacks. they'll have a reading of the names of the victims. this year's ceremony will be smaller than in years past. one year after their debut, these reflecting pools sitting in place of the fallen world trade
was not seriously injured. unfortunately, the suspect s on the run. we are live in montgomery county. >> thank you. an emotional appeal by a mother wasn honor student who murdered inside her bedroom. mother asked her daughter's killer to come forward. was at a community meeting. we are live with what else her had to say. >> this mysterious murder left a people in fear and raised a lot of questions tonight. among those seeking answers, the mother of the victim. edge.ds of people are on >> it has been really tough. them, amber's mother. >> i want to wake up. a horrible dream. >> the night of august 22, someone kicked in the door of e home and then went straight bedroom and opened fire, numerous times as she led him bad. this devastated the community and the family. >> this was very disturbing. >> amber was an honor student. of going to harvard. r mother says she knows no one in amber's inner circle who this.do anything like police say they do not know -- a met --lieve this is random killing. lady losing her life. residents want their fear put mother wantsa justice. a community to pull a whoer and ge
80's and early 90's. also the first portable p c for the armed services. until that point mobile computers were like portable sewing machine waiing weighing more than 20 pounds with a big handle. bill died this weekend from cancer. he was 69 years old. >>> his legacy continues. toys-r-us launching its own tablet computer aimed at children. it will sell for 150 dollars. 7 inch screen. wi-fi connection and 50 pre-loaded kid friendly app. >> anticipation builds for the launch of apple phone 5 j p morgan says the phone could add up to half percent of the nation gd p. speculation abounds about what new feature the phone will v. l david has sifted through the rumor mill and here's everyone's best best guesses. >> almost everyone seems to have an i-phone 4 s on the san jose state campus. they use to it talk text and play music even for navigation. christina would like app toll make one big improvement when the new i-phone comes out wednesday. >> i would like to it process instead of regular map. it's hard to drive and look at the phone at the same time. so many times i'm almos
their cars blocking off the crash scene until the police arrived. the man in his 060s died of his injuries and the cause of that crash continues. >>> they are looking to release radioactive contamination. u.s. navy contractors may have mishandled contaminated material. the navy is now preparing to transfer the former station over to san francisco for a new housing development at a cost of $105 million but everything depends on whether deadlines are met including cleaning up hazardous waste. >> sal was talking about construction, is it all cleaned up? >> there are some areas being cleaned up and you will see some road work in certain areas but starting off on the east shore traffic looks good on the way to the mcarthur maze and on the way to the bay bridge toll plaza and as we continue to look at the bay bridge toll plaza, it is light. yesterday we had quite a day there so we are expecting more traffic coming into san francisco. 201 and 880 are off to a good start, let's go to steve. >>> fog is increasing but now it is starting to cool off, coastal eddie, a good friend of mine, i have known
temperatures to range in the low 60s for places like ocean beach. upper 80s. concord, fairfield and antioch. similar conditions for but there is a warming trend by the end of this week. full details on that and how hot it is going to get your kron 4 7 day around the bay at 7:048 checking your morning commute. the we have been watching with interest. with a check at the nimitz on the embarcadero, it is impacting the northbound and the southbound. all the c h p is saying that they could be clearing that quickly. if they do there will be no major problems but this is the potential for a hot spot. we will keep you updated. >> new this morning a fire ripped through an apartment in san jose forcing people to jump from a second store window. firefighters are on the scene at the complex and a south san jose. and will tran.. what happened earlier with those people jumping from the second story? it looks like we're having difficulty but we could go to the video that was shot, earlier. this came from a viewer. this was at 3:00 a.m. these were shooting from these buildings with two people jumping up of
help for the economy, coming in three days. the u.s. central bank holds a two-day policy meeting this week, ending thursday afternoon, perhaps by announcing more stimulus. stock investors today were tentative ahead of the meeting. the dow slipped 52 points. the nasdaq lost about 32 and the s&p 500 dipped nearly nine. we start with suzanne pratt looking at what options remain for the fed, and how investors might react to them. >> reporter: as has been the case frequently this year, all eyes here on wall street, have been looking south about 200 miles, to washington. what traders have been watching is what happens here at the federal reserve. and, this week is no different, more watching and waiting for more stimulus. it is widely anticipated fed policymakers will decide once again to step in and try help the economy. >> we're expecting another round of quantitative easing, q.e.3., they'll probably buy mainly u.s. treasury securities. at the same time, they'll probably extend the language on when they expect to be hiking rates from 2014 to 2015. but, even if the market gets more as
>> there is among the agencies is the u.s. chemical safety board, and it is as this investigation to two cases share a ruptured pipe and an investigation of company practices from top to bottom. the smoke rose into the sky, instead of low arks cross the city last month. there is no argument the system in place was woe fully inadequate. gaps and lags in delivering results for people who need them. and today the board vowed to upgrade this system at no expense to taxpayers. chevron promised to follow through. >> i'm not aware of why it is not implemented but we're working with the property people to try to implement a system that the people will be having. >> and this gap has been going on too long and it's time to bridge that gap. >> today's hearing offered a sattus report on the investigations of a handful of count eye, state and federal agencies. the board chair says the u.s. chemical safety board or csb investigation could lead to change as above ask beyond better monitoring. >> there is an opportunity to improve but can't forget the problem and and if that is what you want to g
for the u.s. over the stance on iran nuclear program. >> there is still time. it say wait for what? wait until when? those international community who refuse to red lines before iran don't have a more right to place red light before you. >> the tension comes as the u.s. atomic agency says id has new intelligence that iraned a vanceed work on the nuclear bomb. the president used con vention speech to smooth things over -- >> our commitment to israel security must not waiver. neither the pursuit of peace. >> mitt romney, a long-time friend of benjamin netanyahu tried to capitalize on. >> they now say they are not certain what the capital of israel might be. >> they will not get specific about the red line that netanyahu is demanding. >> the president position is he is committed to preventing iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon. >> i spoke to a senior official who would not rule out possibility of a meeting in washington could be ruled out on friday, seven 28 but the official noted that it is an election date and he could be in battleground state that date. a move like that might inflame n
. apple shares fall; major averages drop, too. the worls most valuabl company makes up nearly 5% of the s&p 500 index. thanks to apple's huge gain this year, the s&p is up 14%. on the other hand, the apple-less dow is up only 9%. and don't forget the tech-heavy nasdaq. apple accounts for 13% of the weighting in that index. thanks to the shine in apple shares, the nasdaq is up 19% this year. with apple's outsized influence on the market, a warm welcome for iphone 5 tomorrow might make more than apple shareholders happy. but some market pros say it's a stretch to think apple has kidnapped the stock market. >> i would not argue that, as apple goes, so goes the market. i think there's a lot of other sectors that we're also paying attention to. and granted, we've been overweight the technology sector, but we're also overweight things like materials and the consumer discretionary sectors. >> reporter: still, even wren concedes apple's effect on the market is more than mathematical; it's also emotional. which brings us back to the iphone 5, likely to get a good reception tomorrow from techies. b
channel 2 news. >>> police are looking for a wanted parolee who allude arrest despite being cornered by s.w.a.t. team. they saw him run into a house last night. they surrounded the house and called in a s.w.a.t. team. he is a known gang member who lives in the house with his parents. the s.w.a.t. team used tear gas to force him out. when they entered the house he was nowhere to be found. only the parents were inside. >> they said he was here and they saw him run outside. >> no. no. i don't think so, no inasmuch -- no, no. >> police believe he may have crawled up into the attic and jumped from the roof. a neighbor reported seeing a man jumping over the fence. >>> and in the south bay a community is mourning the loss of a store clerk shot and killed. coming up, what is located a quarter mile from the store and why that shows the person is daring and not afraid. the body of a california highway patrol was given a hero's escort today. they took his body from martinez to a mortuary. he is a father of four. family and officers escorted his casket. he was shot last week during a traffic stop. he
who lost their lives 11 years ago. just one of many happening today. news 4s megan mcgrath live on the pentagon where another ceremony wrapped up. hey, megan. >> reporter: that's right. the ceremony just wrapped up here. many family members moved over to the victims memorial, which is closed to the general public, reserved for the family members to have a quiet moment this afternoon to reflect. the ♪ itself was short. only a few people spoke, including president barack obama. that was done on purpose. there was an effort here to keep this event low key and to limit the attendance to those who lost loved ones in the attack on the pentagon. the sunrises above the pentagon ushering in another solemn anniversary. 11 years ago today, 184 people were killed when flight 77, flying low with a terrorist at the controls slammed into the side of the building. >> it gives me chills every time i think of it. unfortunately, this is a sad day, but a day we grow as americans. >> i think people do remember. walking around, people seem to be more somber. i think it's very important that people
: if the readers picked up and left again today it would rip my heart out. this happened in the 80's. >> if they leave there goes the pride and love. a lot of. that that's what this town needs right now. we need it bad. >>reporter: the mayor rally kicks off a week of events saluting oakland a's and raiders. but not the golden state warriors basketball team. >> reality for sure is the were yours are probably leaving. >>reporter: radio announcer says a owner wolf also wants out of oakland but major league baseball will not authorize a move to san jose. meanwhile los angeles is gunning for an nfl team. it's already proposing the construction of a new stadium. fichlt. [applause]. >>reporter: cap mayor kwan trust raiders owner davis not to the leave for la? >> you have to listen to mark davis. he says he wants to stay in the bay area. >>reporter: but kwan knows what it really takes. she recently announced a new stadium proposal that include hotel and retail shopping all link to the bart and airport connect or. but it all comes down to one thing. >> want to make more money bot
. >> reporter: more than a decade later, we still wrestle how to respond totter i.r.s. threat without losing sight of the rights that make us americans. bruce leshan, 9news now. >> of course we heard it before. one thing that keeps america's homeland security officials up at night, they can succeed in protecting us 99% of the time, the terrorists -- [indiscernible] >> the sentencing for qiewmee -- kwame brown is delayed so he can complete his cooperation with prosecutors. he's now being sentenced on november 13. brown you may remember resigned his seat in june and pleaded guilty to bank fraud and misdemeanor campaign finance violations. he faces a maximum of six months in prison for the bank fraud conviction and an additional six months for the campaign finance violation. >>> police searching for the killer of a local high school senior took their investigation to the public. they're hoping for a break in the murder of amber stanley. >> as matt jablow tells us, police aren't the only ones hoping for a break in the case. amber stanley'mother is pleading with the public to come forward with mo
quiet today. mid-90s throughout the central valley. 74 degrees for up highs year. a '60s in eureka. monterey bit in the mid-60s. his 62, around the and the beaches. 84 degrees the morgan hill about three degrees below average in san jose. to the no. 84 in santa rosa in mid- 60s and seven cisco. perce friday and saturday it or to be little work. >>> you could see that everything is going nicely into separate cisco. someone's got mad at them early this morning. just over that road work out there that could slow you down. north and others will follow on going into the war over berlin county. they usually do that much on time. along the peninsula stretches of north elba one. in the meantime we have the fed through closure of these benefit lanes of highway 4. >>> another push as president obama to the so-called balanced fund bus leaks to the nc. the president is reaching mitt romney off 51 to 46%. >>> what to do with the children? that's a question for hundreds of thousands of parents in chicago. this the second day of a teachers' strike in the nation's third largest school district. th
this morning." defense secretary lee on panett blasts the s.e.a.l. who wrote the book about the osama bin laden raid. >> what the bush administration knew about al qaeda months before the 9/11 attacks. >>> mystery in china where the country's future leader has disappeared. and u.s. open winner andy murray will be here in studio. >>> we begin with a look at today's eye opener, your world in 90 seconds. >> how can we run sensitive operations here if people are allowed to do that? >> defense secretary leon panetta tells cbs news a book about the bin laden raid crosses the line. >> you want this navy s.e.a.l. prosecuted? >> i think we have to take steps to make it clear that we're not going to accept this kind of behavior. >> 11 years ago terrorists who hijacked airliners into the world trade center, the pentagon and a field in pennsylvania. >> completing the museum at the site. >> president obama observed a moment of silence at white house, marking the moment when the first plane hit the world trade center. >> for a second day, thousands of chicago teachers are heading back to the picket line as n
by the u.s. white house officials tell me that the president will be in new york for the u.n. meetings on monday, september 24, tuesday, the 25. and netanyahu doesn't arrive into new york until later that week. so the schedule just does not work. they insist this is not a snub. we spoke earlier to a member of the canes is the who insists it is. >> i think president obama knows that prime minister netanyahu will ask him, what are you going to do regarding iran? how long you want us to wait? maybe he wants to avoid that meeting. >> now, mitt romney, is a personal friend of benjamin netanyahu for many years and recently tried to use some of the tensions between the u.s. and israel to claim that president obama has thrown israel under the bus. he said that in tampa at the republican convention. the white house, of course, has denied that. >> shep: this comes right after the flap at the democratic national convention over jerusalem. >> that's right. they had originally taken out language messengering jerusalem as the capitol of israel after a firestorm of criticism, the democrats pulled bac
of the tensions between the u.s. and israel to claim that president obama has thrown israel under the bus. he said that in tampa at the republican convention. the white house, of course, has denied that. >> shep: this comes right after the flap at the democratic national convention over jerusalem. >> that's right. they had originally taken out language messengering jerusalem as the capitol of israel after a firestorm of criticism, the democrats pulled back on that. the president personally intervened and got that language back in. number one. and number two, in his acceptance speech, we should not forget the president tried to reassure israel about it being a strong ally. take a listen. >> our commitment to israel security must not waiver and neither must our pursuit of peace. >> aspoke to a senior official earlier tonight who assured me that this could all be worked out potentially and maybe on the friday of that week, they will, in fact, have a meeting between the president and the prime minister, but that official also told me it's an election year. it's possible the president may have a campai
look outside right now at the u.s. capitol dome on a chilly tuesday morning. >> we'll let you go with that. i'm sarah simmons. >> i'm wisdom martin. here is tucker barnes. welcome back. >> it was great. i went to a wedding. >> you come back here and it is all not hot. >> it is gorgeous. i'll take it after 90s to start the month, we are back into th 50s, even some 40s this morning. kid might want a long sleeved shirt or light jack tote go to school today. upper 70s for the afternoon highs. lots of sunshine. you know that beautiful time of year. i think september and october are the nicest time of the year around here. >> they really are. you notice tucker does not have his sleeves rolled up and a jacket. >> i haven't complained about being hot. >> sarah is all smiles. >> now, if we can get julie on board, we'll be all set. agan national, that is starting to scare me. i have to work on that. it keeps startling me. 55 this morning in new york city. we've got 40s locally, places as close as gaithersburg. frederick in the 40s at this hour. plenty of cool temperatures. these temperatu
at how the manufacturing sector is keeping jobs in the u.s. by getting inside the classroom. credit cards with no interest rate are making a comeback into the wallets of americans. plus, the oil stock that one trader says you probably don't know about... but should. first business starts now. you're watching first business: financial news, analysis, and today's investment ideas. good morning everyone. it's tuesday, september 11, 2012. i'm angela miles. in today's first look: traders will pause to remember victims and families of the 9/11 attacks today with a moment of silence. at the nyse rescue and recovery workers will ring the opening bell. stocks sold off yesterday. traders appear to be taking money off the table ahead of news coming out from the fed this week. commodities also were hit by selling. the zynga exodus continues. this time the chief marketing officer has left the social media game company. shares are down 70% this year as high ranking officials ditch zyngaville. and jamie dimon could get some questions today about the more than $4 billion loss at jpmorgan-chase. th
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